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November 4, 2011 / dlitgroup

BbWorld 2012 – Call for Proposals NOW OPEN!

Dear GRCC Professors!

The Call for Proposals is now open!  Your insight and experiences are what makes BbWorld a successful event.

Why present?

  • Connect with community and peers around the world
  • Lead by example
  • Provide expert advice
  • Receive discounted registration fee
  • Share your best practices with peers
  • Influence and enhance teaching and learning at other institutions
  • Shape eLearning around the world

Some topic ideas for you to consider

Whatever your focus at your organization, we encourage you to submit a proposal.  Consider the things that matter to you the most in your role and consider sharing your solutions with your peers.  Need some ideas? How about the themes we have set forth for this year’s conference:

  • Technology Adoption: best practices for improving user success to maximize the value of your technology investment
  • Digital Content: how advancements in digital content are changing the way students and faculty engage with and share educational information and activities
  • Mobility: how to meet the growing expectation that students have for access and engagement through mobile devices
  • Social Learning: learning from interaction and collaboration with peers through both formal and informal educational spheres
  • Analytics in Action: the power of data-driven decision making across the institution

Both conferences will convene at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.  For more information please visit www.bbworld.com

 

 

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